Police look for two foreign women for drowning dog at Pattaya beach
Tourist police in Pattaya are now looking for two female foreigners for questioning after they were seen in video footage taking a small dog in the sea and drowning it.
Tourist police inspector Pol Maj Piyapong Ensarn said the police were tracking the two foreigners for questioning and also asking witnesses to give information after seeing the video clip.
If the dog was drowned by the two women, then the police would impose animal cruelty charge on them.
The video clip was posted on the “Rak Mha” webpage showing two foreign women were taking a small dog of unknown breed into the sea at Jomthien beach, in front of Cetus Beachfront Pattaya condominium. They submerged the puppy in the sea until it drowned and then walked back to the beach with the dead dig and disappeared.
The video clip went viral on the social world with most viewers calling it animal cruelty and urge police action to bring them for trial.
But some also viewed either the puppy might be in serious sickness, or its owner might be going back and didn’t want to take it along.
ThaiPBS reporter went to the scene to investigate yesterday.
Source: Thai Visa